Hyderabad: Education Minister Sabitha Indra Reddy today severely condemned the daylight murder of Tahsildar Vijaya Reddy at Abdullapurmet on a land dispute.
Reacting to the incident, the minister said the government will take serious action against those involved in the murder, she said and expressed grief at the murder
The minister expressed surprises and anguish at the murder took place in day light. The minister said those facing problems at revenue offices can bring their issues to the notice of higher officials to find solution. “This type of incidents are not good and the government will provide adequate protection to officials. Sabitha appealed to revenue officials, deputy collectors and staff members not to resort to protests and offer better and speedy services.
Jagga Reddy blames minister for murder of lady Tahsildar
Hyderabad: Congress MLA from Sangareddy Thoorpu Jayaprakash Reddy on Monday said Minister V Srinivas Goud, employees’ union leaders Rajender, Ravinder and Mamata were responsible for the murder of Abdullapurmet Tahsildar Vijaya Reddy. He also alleged that the modification of Revenue Act had become an obstacle for the farmers and officials of the State.
In an informal chat with mediapersons, he alleged that the Dharma Ganta column in a Telugu News Paper daily had created a distance between the officials and the farmers in the State. He said the column had also increased hatred against officials among the minds of the farmers. He also made it clear that it was impossible to prevent the anomaly of bribe in bureaucratic system. He said the employees unions were also responsible for the death of the victim. He demanded that the State government wake up and take remedial steps to prevent such incidents in future.
CPI condemns Abdullapurmet incident
Hyderabad: CPI Secretary Venkat Reddy today condemned heinous murder of woman Tahasildar VIjaya Reddy at Abdullapurmet.
In a, statement he demanded the state government to conduct a judicial inquiry on the incident.
Reddy appealed to the government to punish guilty and provide protection to officials in the government offices. The CPI Secretary sought serious measures against recurrence of such incidents.